FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 
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CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT FOR THE 
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

The federal government is the largest purchaser of construction services in the U.S..

The services we provide help government agencies to better manage

jobsite operations and hold contractors and vendors accountable to

eliminate waste and complete projects on time and on budget.

To learn more select a topic.

Below is a partial group of government organizations we currently support. If your agency is in need of a response to a Sources Sought Notice or Request for Information (RFI), please have your Procurement Center Representative, Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Officer or other authorized agent contact us directly. We will reply promptly.

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  • Legal Name: Perry Construction Management, LLC

  • Corporate Office: 801 E Main Street West Frankfort, IL 62896

  • Servicing Location: 17 Simpson Street Atlanta, GA 30308

  • Director of Federal Programs: Greg Myers 

  • Contact Information: 404.590.6760, greg@perrymgmt.com

  • Socioeconomic Program: Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)

  • Socioeconomic Program: Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone)

  • DUNS: 082290272 CAGE: 86QE5
  • NAICS: 541611, 542330, 236220, 236210, 236116

  • PSC: H956

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Experience

  • 500 completed projects valued at $1.05 billion

  • Total project value from $15,000 - $100,000,000

  • 20 projects over $50,000,000

  • OSHA 30 Certified

  • LEED Accredited Staff 

  • Staff is over 50% military veterans 

  • Construction Safety Professionals 

  • Members of Society of American Military Engineers (SAME)  

  • Manage single or multi-site construction projects 

  • Full-service projects completed in 26 cities across 14 states

    • California, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas
DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
 
 
CORE COMPETENCIES

The PCM team possesses the knowledge, skills end abilities to deliver nearly any type of construction project.  

  • Construction Administration

  • Contractor Onboarding Training

  • Cross Campus Multi-site Project Management

  • Daily Plan of Execution

  • Daily Quality Assurance Audit

  • Management and Stakeholder Reporting

  • On-site staff supervision

  • Operational Aspects of Construction Project 

  • OSHA compliance enforcement

  • Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) Compliance Enforcement 

  • Site Assessment

  • Site Logistics Plan

  • Staff Augmentation

  • Stakeholder Liaison

Contact us directly for construction project management requirements that are not listed above. It is likely that we can offer assistance. As our client base grows so does our staff and organizational experience.

 
CORPORATE DATA FOR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES

Information is offered in compliance with GSA SPE Memo SPE-2020-07, National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018 for increases to the MPT and the SAT. This assists Federal Agencies in the procurement process and accelerates the commencement of construction projects.

UNDER $750,000

  • Construction management and administration services

  • Title II services for large or long-term projects

  • Constructability reviews

  • Preconstruction reviews

  • Value engineering

  • Site safety consultation

  • Change management

  • Shutdown planning

  • Full site and team coordination

  • Contractor on boarding and training

  • Final Inspection/substantial completion

UNDER $25,000

  • Construction management and administration services

  • Title II services for large or long-term projects

  • Constructability reviews

  • Preconstruction reviews

  • Value engineering

  • Site safety consultation

  • Change management

  • Shutdown planning

  • Full site and team coordination

  • Contractor on boarding and training

  • Final Inspection/substantial completion

UNDER $250,000

  • Construction management and administration services

  • Title II services for large or long-term projects

  • Constructability reviews

  • Preconstruction reviews

  • Value engineering

  • Site safety consultation

  • Change management

  • Shutdown planning

  • Full site and team coordination

  • Contractor on boarding and training

  • Final Inspection/substantial completion

MICRO PURCHASES 

  Under $20,000

  • Site Assessment

  • Project/Site Audits

  • Project Scope Development/Analysis

  • Schedule Development/Review

  • Preconstruction Review

  • Minor Safety Consultation

Price thresholds for services are estimated at 5% to 7.5% of total construction project value. Project-specific needs and scope of work will determine the actual construction management budget.

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SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITION THRESHOLD SERVICES AND PRODUCTS
PAST PERFORMANCE
 

CLIENT: KELLOGG'S

  • Project: Battle Creek facilities

  • Total value: $14.17 million

  • Duration: six+ months

  • Services delivered included: Construction management for equipment installation and redeployment at industrial manufacturing facility, including contractor oversight, staff scheduling, project safety, change order management

  • Client questionnaire rating: Exceptional; details available upon request​

CLIENT: SUN-OPTA

  • Project: Allentown Aseptic System

  • Total project: $23 million

  • Duration: five+ months

  • Services delivered: Construction management services at industrial manufacturing facility

  • Client questionnaire rating: Exceptional; details available upon request

CONTRACT VEHICLES
 

SOCIOECONOMIC CERTIFICATIONS *

  • Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)

  • HUBZone Certified

​The Department of Veterans Affairs Center for Verification and Evaluation has verified Perry Construction Management as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small  Business (SDVOSB).

 

 

* The Small Business Administration promotes increased utilization of certain businesses based on socioeconomic status. Learn more here

PAYMENT METHODS 

  • Government purchase cards accepted 

  • Credit cards accepted